Massachusetts MCAS

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Research & Education Assoc., May 23, 2005 - Study Aids - 416 pages
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REA's Massachusetts Grade 8 MCAS Math Study Guide!
Fully aligned with the Learning Standards in the Massachusetts Curriculum Framework
 
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* The book's full subject review refreshes knowledge and covers all topics on the official exam and includes numerous examples, diagrams, and charts to illustrate and reinforce key math lessons
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Contents

SUCCEEDING ON THE MCAS
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j Absolute Value Equations 139
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Permutation Combination and Probability 151
cxiii
Iteration 161
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Circles 204
cxiii
Solids 211
cxx
Fractals 230
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Algebraic 235
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Spatial SenseRelationships Drill Answer Key 286
2
Arithmetic Diagnostic Test 306
21
Algebra Diagnostic Test 313
24
Geometry Diagnostic Test 321
32
Word Problems Diagnostic Test 332
24
REFERENCE INFORMATION 342
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ANSWER KEY 365
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INDEX 383
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Geometry 258
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Quantitative Comparison 275
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Estimation
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About the author (2005)

Stephen Hearne is currently a Professor of Psychology at Skyline College in San Bruno, California where he teaches Quantitative Reasoning among other subjects. For the past twenty years, Stephen Hearne has worked as a mathematics tutor teaching students of all ages in math, algebra, statistics, and test preparation. He prides himself in being able to make the complex simple.

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